Honduran soccer player Jorge Claros, a new acquisition by Sporting Kansas City, was shot in the head in Honduras on June 16, 2011, after car thieves failed to steal his vehicle. Claros managed to drive himself to the hospital and it was found that the wounds were not near fatal. Within three weeks, Claros was back playing soccer for Motagua, his club at the time.
Honduran soccer player Jorge Claros, a new acquisition by Sporting Kansas City, was shot in the head in Honduras on June 16, 2011, after car thieves failed to steal his vehicle. Claros managed to drive himself to the hospital and it was found that the wounds were not near fatal. Within three weeks, Claros was back playing soccer for Motagua, his club at the time. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Honduran soccer player Jorge Claros, a new acquisition by Sporting Kansas City, was shot in the head in Honduras on June 16, 2011, after car thieves failed to steal his vehicle. Claros managed to drive himself to the hospital and it was found that the wounds were not near fatal. Within three weeks, Claros was back playing soccer for Motagua, his club at the time. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

The Sporting player who was shot in the head and lived to tell the story

July 18, 2014 6:59 PM